Attention Deficit Disorder Bookstore
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Healing ADD : Simple Exercises That Will Change Your Daily Life by Thom Hartmann, Richard Bandler "This book is filled with some of the most powerful and transformational real-world techniques available, derived from neuro-linguistic programming, to heal pain, drop away useless habits, and help ADHD people regain control of their lives as well as their self-esteem. Of all the books on ADHD I've written, this is the most practical in terms of its "you can do this" techniques, and the most sophisticated. As well as an excellent book for parents, adults with ADD, and other lay-people, it's full of advanced techniques for psychotherapists and coaches. The book is even written in an embedded transformational language: as you read it, you'll discover that you're seeing the world in a new way, hearing new and useful internal stories, and feeling powerful and resilient. Just the simple act of reading this book will change your life. "
The Link Between Add and Addiction : Getting the Help You Deserve by Wendy Richardson "The Link Between ADD and Addiction is a one of a kind book and should be at the top of the list for all people with Attention Deficit Disorder whether or not they believe they have addictions. Its important information helps the ADD adult or parent of ADD children understand how attention deficit disorder may be affecting their lives. It is well written, in a friendly, easy to read style."
The Other Me : Poetic Thoughts on ADD for Adults, Kids and Parents by Wilma R. Fellman, Arnold C. Fellman (Illustrator), Arthur L. Robin "Wilma Fellman has given us a true gift of herself by letting us see inside. In the process, she helps us all become a bit more forgiving and understanding of ourselves. Through her humor and sensitivity, she captures the feeling of what it's like to live in an ADD body and with an ADD mind. "The Other Me" can help those who are coping with their ADD all alone feel less isolated and more understood. For others, this collection of poems will bring waves of identification, as they find that one special piece that describes their private experiences in such a clear and moving way."